Tom Speirs

User Submitted Configs, Map Files, Wrappers and Databases (Uploads)

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Upload Emulator configurations here, along with new emulator databases or updates to existing emulator databases. Most databases ane emulator configs should upload fine if zipped. I recommend you upload your emulator configs as zipped ini files now, because GameEx now supports importing emulator configs. Also upload any Wrappers or Loaders here, they get lost in the forum, so please post them here.

Add Reply and Upload here.

NOTE: This should be for replies with attachments only (or pasted text), and if you wish to comment on attachments please create a NEW topic.

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3DO Config - use with freedo

3DOconfig.txt

Edited by Tempest
Broken Link for Wrapper which is necessary for this Config to work.

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Thought someone might want this. I made a map file and cfg for MisFitMAME. I set it as emulator 1 so that it comes right after MAME when the flat menus are turned on. Tha map file is for the complete set in the latest version but you could easily delete any lines you don't have roms for.

[Emulator_1]

Enabled=True

STARTPAGENAME=MisFitMAME

TITLETEXT=MisFitMAME

StartPageLogo=misfit

ROMFilter=

RomsInFolders=False

RomPath=R:\MisFitMAME\Roms

SnapPath=R:\MisFitMAME\Snap

WorkingPath=C:\Emulators\MisfitMAME

MapKeys=False

WaitBeforeKeys=

SendKeys=

ReplaceDash=True

ReplaceUnder=True

Capitals=True

RemoveBrackets=False

ShowDesktop=False

Debug=False

MAPFile=C:\Emulators\GameEx\DATA\EMU_1.map

AlsoLaunch=

Command=misfitfull32.exe "[ROMFILE]" -rompath "[ROMPATH]" -skip_disclaimer -skip_gameinfo -triplebuffer -nowindow -joy

OLDatZip=

TitlePath=

BoxPath=

LaunchBefore=

LaunchAfter=

CartPath=

MisFit.zip

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1. Get Chankast Launch

2. Set up your config for chankast...

[Emulator_4]
Enabled=True
StartPageName=Dreamcast
TitleText=Dreamcast
StartPageLogo=dreamcast
RomFilter=*.lnk
RomsInFolders=False
ROMPath=D:\Games\Dreamcast
SnapPath=D:\Games\Dreamcast\snap
WorkingPath=D:\Games\Chankast
MapKeys=False
WaitBeforeKeys=
SendKeys=
ReplaceDash=False
ReplaceUnder=False
Capitals=False
RemoveBrackets=False
AlsoLaunch=
ShowDesktop=False
Debug=False
MapFile=
OLDatZip=
Command=[ROMPath]\[RomFile]
TitlePath=
BoxPath=
LaunchBefore=
LaunchAfter=
CartPath=
configFile=
ExcludedFiles=

3. Read the FAQ make sure you have the correct version of Daemon Tools etc.

4. Run chankast emulator after mounting a game, check the drive letter is setup to your mounted image drive letter. Does the game play ok when you try launching it manually, Is your image self bootable? Check that also, or convert it to self boot using ExoBoot. Still not working? Read the FAQ again.

5. Setup shortcuts to chankast_launch.exe for each game... Eg.

Eg. D:\Games\Chankast\chankast_launch.exe -screen 1280x1024 -fullscreen -cpu 108 -showstats -daemon "C:\Program Files\D-Tools\daemon.exe" 0 "D:\Games\Dreamcast\roms\Game.cdi"

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GameEX Running: Sega Saturn Games with - Cassini V1.00

Here is a ".Zip" file with Working GameEX Config Settings along with all the needed ".bat" & ".au3" files.

If you use or want to use Autoit 3.0, this is a great way to run all those Sega Saturn games.

You can also setup the "*.au3" files to use other keys to exit the emulator /and/or/game being run besides the "Escape" key.

Just use "Notepad" or some other text editor to edit the script file.

*NOTE* To use the Autoit 3.0 Script files, you need to have installed on your

computer, the Autoit 3.0 program. These files are not stand alone.

I hope this helps out some of you Sega Saturn fans.

Fenwick Lorecarver

Sega_Saturn_And_Cassini.zip

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I just installed Daemon Tools v4.0.3 and Chankast crashes with GPF. I tried it without chankast_launch, same thing.

I uninstalled DT 4.0.3, then installed Daemon Tools 4.0, rebooted and it works again.

Looks like DT 4.0.3 conflicts with Chankast. Anyone else experience this?

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Here are 2 config setup's for running PC Games on GameEX...

The two packages show you how to run a PC Game wih and without the need or use of DOSBox (for those older Dos based games).

What I've done is wrote a crued (I mean crued, becasue I am new to this) script to run the games with "Autoit 3.0" along with some batch files. The "ReadMe.txt" file inclosed will tell you how to write the batch files needed, configer GameEX to run the games of your choice, create a batch file to mount/unmount a cd/dvd game with daemon tools and run it in GameEX. It will also tell you what you need as far as programs to use to get the game up and running.

The "PC_DOSBox_Games_Config".zip package has all the files you need for a game installed on your computer and does not require the cd to play, and for a game installed on your computer but does need the game to play. (and how to get around the needing the cd to play part!)

The "PC_Games_Config.zip" package has all the files you need for a game installed on your computer but does not require DOSBox to run it. You can also use the files in the first package with this package to run games that still require the cd to play.

After you have configured one game (timely I'm sure) you can just copy the files for other games and the work only takes about 2 minutes per game.

The Autoit script file also gives you the abiltiy to set up your exit key to EXIT the Game, ie: BACKSPACE, TAB, etc...

The one good thing I do like though, is if your game ever hangs on you, hitting the configured "EXIT" key will terminate the program and take you back to GameEX.

I hope this helps someone out there, or even gives you an idea to make something you've done better.

Lorecarver

PC_DOSBox_Games_Config.zip

PC_Games_Config.zip

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Hi there,

My first ini file and it's not even for an emulator. But it is for something real cool.

GoogleEarth

http://earth.google.com/

To get joystick control over the mouse you need two programs.

1. Joy2Mouse 3 [control the mouse while Google Earth is running]

http://atzitznet.no-ip.org/Joy2Mouse3/

2. Process Killer (terminates the "joy 2 mouse.exe" process so as to

not interfere with Gamex once finished planet browsin)

http://www.beyondlogic.org/solutions/proce...processutil.htm

The download link is at the bottom of the page of the above link.

Installed Joy2mouse NOT to startup with windows but I do recommend adding

Joybutton 03 as middle button to rotate and saving over default joystick profile

[AlsoLaunch=D:\GamexUtils\Joy2Mouse\Joystick 2 Mouse.exe]

*The launch before command stalls google earth starting so use also launch.*

Manually configured GoogleEarth to be fullscreen etc as you want it to open up from within Gamex.

Made a folder to hold process.exe which is a simple process killer.

[LaunchAfter=D:\GamexUtils\Process\Process.exe -k "Joystick 2 Mouse.exe"]

# Start of Googleearth.ini

# Google Earth

# Edit paths to suit your installs.

Enabled=True

STARTPAGENAME=Google Earth

TITLETEXT=Google Earth

StartPageLogo=

ROMFilter=*.exe

RomsInFolders=False

RomPath=D:\Program Files\Google\Google Earth

SnapPath=

WorkingPath=D:\Program Files\Google\Google Earth

MapKeys=True

WaitBeforeKeys=

SendKeys=

ReplaceDash=False

ReplaceUnder=False

Capitals=False

RemoveBrackets=True

ShowDesktop=True

Debug=False

MAPFile=

AlsoLaunch=D:\GamexUtils\Joy2Mouse\Joystick 2 Mouse.exe

Command=GoogleEarth.exe

OLDatZip=

TitlePath=

BoxPath=

LaunchBefore=

LaunchAfter=D:\GamexUtils\Process\Process.exe -k "Joystick 2 Mouse.exe"

CartPath=

configFile=

ExcludedFiles=

CustomBackground=

PlayMusic=

PCGame=True

DATABASE=

DumbyValue=

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Project 64 config

[Emulator_5]
Enabled=True
StartPageName=Nintendo 64
TitleText=N64
StartPageLogo=n64
RomFilter=*.zip;*.rom;*.v64;*.n64
RomsInFolders=False
ROMPath=D:\Games\Project64\roms
SnapPath=D:\Games\Project64\snaps
WorkingPath=D:\Games\Project64
MapKeys=True
WaitBeforeKeys=
SendKeys=
ReplaceDash=True
ReplaceUnder=True
Capitals=True
RemoveBrackets=True
AlsoLaunch=
ShowDesktop=False
Debug=False
MapFile=n64x
OLDatZip=C:\Program Files\OfflineList0.7\datas\n64_OL.zip
Command=Project64.exe [ROMPath]\[RomFile]
TitlePath=
BoxPath=
LaunchBefore=
LaunchAfter=
CartPath=
configFile=
DumbyValue=
ExcludedFiles=
CustomBackground=
PlayMusic=
PCGame=
DATABASE=

And attached is a picture of the option you should have enabled in Project 64.

post-367-1147063032_thumb.jpg

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... some updates for my ZiNc bat files, I found some other zinc loaders but they did not work very well for me so I made my own

Also included EXCEL 2007 macro so thah you can generate youre own files just put the filepaths in the settings tab, and run the macro "doit" and it'll generate the files in the specific folder

... o yes I also included zinc.map file ;)

zinc.zip

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SEGA model 2

. found scripts from Nologic but did not work for me, the problem is in my emu alt does not work so I used mouse to activate menus

hier are the scripts

Thanks to Nologic for the tip I'll try to do something similar for NeoRAGEx ;)

M2.zip

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Here's a config for RAINE emu. You have to make sure that you configure the emu itself by launching it and getting it to load your roms correctly http://www.mameworld.net/easyemu/rainetut.htm . Then just import my .ini and change the paths to your roms, workingpath and snap/mng directories.

[Emulator_6]
Enabled=True
DumbyValue=
STARTPAGENAME=Raine emu
TITLETEXT=Raine emu
StartPageLogo=
ROMFilter=*.zip
RomsInFolders=False
RomPath=C:\Raine 0.43.4\roms
SnapPath=C:\MAME\MNG\ingame
TitlePath=C:\MAME\snap
BoxPath=
CartPath=
WorkingPath=C:\Raine 0.43.4\
MapKeys=True
WaitBeforeKeys=
SendKeys=
ReplaceDash=True
ReplaceUnder=True
Capitals=True
RemoveBrackets=True
ShowDesktop=False
Debug=False
MAPFile=
AlsoLaunch=
Command=raine32.exe -n -game [ROM]
OLDatZip=
LaunchBefore=
LaunchAfter=
configFile=
ExcludedFiles=
CustomBackground=
PlayMusic=
PCGame=
DATABASE=
GamesIn7Zips=
PlayInScreenSaver=True

Emph

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Config For Media Player Classic: (For the strange media GameEx cannot play as yet)

Supported formats: RMVB / RM / MOV / MPEG2 / SVCD / DVD / AVI / DIVX (QuickTime, and RealVideo, require codec)

Create Shortcuts of your media to one folder, or move the media to one folder (remove the *.lnk from the Romfilter if not using the shortcut method).

[Emulator_14]
Enabled=True
StartPageName=Media Player Classic
TitleText=Media Player Classic
StartPageLogo=Video
RomFilter=*.lnk
RomsInFolders=False
ROMPath=C:\Program Files\Media Player Classic\Films
SnapPath=C:\Program Files\Media Player Classic\Snaps
TitlePath=
BoxPath=
CartPath=
WorkingPath=C:\Program Files\Media Player Classic
MapKeys=True
WaitBeforeKeys=
SendKeys=
ReplaceDash=True
ReplaceUnder=True
Capitals=True
RemoveBrackets=True
ShowDesktop=False
Debug=False
MapFile=
AlsoLaunch=
Command=mplayerc.exe "[RomFile]" /play /close /fullscreen
OLDatZip=
LaunchBefore=
LaunchAfter=
configFile=
ExcludedFiles=
CustomBackground=videobak.png
PlayMusic=
PCGame=
DATABASE=
GamesIn7Zips=

(/play /close /fullscreen= Starts playing immediately in fullscreen, and closes once the media is over)

Media Player Classic can be controlled by a MCE Remote, or hotkeys of your choice (you can use a 'config file' 'C:\Program Files\GameEx MCE\CONFIG\EMULATORS' to map virtual keys to your gamepad).

Be sure to take advantage of the Realtime Zoom (PnS Inc Size, and PnS Dec Size, in the Player/Key options).

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Ok, here's my next config for GameEx. This is for the Amstrad CPC system. Goodtools has a romset for this system called "GoodCPC v2.02". This config tutorial assumes you are using this in 7-zip goodmerged format.

#01 -> Download WinAPE from here. As of this posting, the current version is 2.0a8. So grab that. If a newer version is released, it has not been tested to work with this config.

#02 -> Download Nologic's WinAPE wrapper from here.

#03 -> Download your romset from somewhere.

#04 -> Create a folder on your system to hold all these files. I used a subfolder in my games folder called "Amstrad CPC" but you can use whatever you want.

#05 -> Extract WinAPE and the wrapper to that newly created folder.

#06 -> Move your romset to a new folder (current rom folder is for system bios's).

#07 -> Launch WinAPE and configure your settings like this:

winapejx4.gif

#08 -> Key things to change: Disable Automatic Update (the most recent version is falsely reporting a new update everytime the program loads), Hide Control Panel, Hide Menus, DirectSound, 44kHz, 16-bit, Stereo (if no sound options are changed, Window's sounds will be distorted if WinAPE crashes..), configure joystick if needed.

#09 -> Exit the settings box and press [F10] to make the program run in full-screen. Then press [ALT]+[F4] to close the program.

#10 -> In GameEx Setup Wizard, create a new emulator and configure it to use the root new folder for the working path, the new rom folder as the rom path, MAP KEYS, 7-zip enabled.

#11 -> Command Line: Simple_Wrapper.exe "[ROMPATH]\[ROMFILE]"

#12 -> If you have them or plan to in the future, you can create and setup paths for the artwork too.

#13 -> Try it and enjoy it! :)

Enabled=True
DumbyValue=
STARTPAGENAME=Amstrad CPC
TITLETEXT=Amstrad CPC
StartPageLogo=amstrad
ROMFilter=
RomsInFolders=
RomPath=D:\!GAMES\Amstrad CPC\Amstrad CPC (GoodCPC v2.02)
SnapPath=
TitlePath=
BoxPath=
CartPath=
WorkingPath=D:\!GAMES\Amstrad CPC
MapKeys=True
WaitBeforeKeys=
SendKeys=
ReplaceDash=False
ReplaceUnder=True
Capitals=True
RemoveBrackets=False
ShowDesktop=True
Debug=False
MAPFile=
AlsoLaunch=
Command=Simple_Wrapper.exe "[ROMPATH]\[ROMFILE]"
OLDatZip=
LaunchBefore=
LaunchAfter=
configFile=
ExcludedFiles=
CustomBackground=
PlayMusic=
PCGame=
DATABASE=
GamesIn7Zips=True
PlayInScreenSaver=True

Let me know if this works or not. It works ok for the first 2 or 3 games I tried. Special thanks for this goes out to Nologic for his fine wrapper creation skills!

--------------------

Left to configure (x's are done):

[x]Amstrad CPC (GoodCPC v2.02)

[x]Atari 2600 (Good2600 v1.00)

[x]Atari 5200 (Good5200 v2.01)

[x]Atari 7800 (Good7800 v2.04)

[x]Atari Jaguar (GoodJag v2.01)

[x]Atari Lynx (GoodLynx v2.01)

[ ]Bandai WonderSwan (GoodWSx v2.01)

[ ]Channel F (GoodChaF v2.01)

[x]Colecovision (GoodCol v2.01)

[ ]Commodore 64 PSID Music Images (GoodPSID v0.999.4)

[ ]General Computer Vectrex (GoodVect v1.06)

[x]Mattel Intellivision (GoodINTV v2.03)

[ ]Memotech MTX (GoodMTX v1.02)

[x]Miles Gordon Sam Coupe (GoodSamC v2.03)

[ ]NEC PC-Engine [TubroGrafx-16] (GoodPCE v1.09a)

[x]Nintendo Entertainment System (GoodNES v2.01)

[ ]Nintendo Virtual Boy (GoodVBoy v2.01)

[x]Sega Game Gear (GoodGG v2.01)

[x]Sega Master System (GoodSMS v2.01)

[ ]SFC-SNES SPC Music Images (GoodSPC v2.01)

[x]SNK NeoGeo Pocket (GoodNGPx v2.01)

[ ]Spectravideo MSX 2 (GoodMSX2 v0.999.3)

[ ]Spectravideo MSX (GoodMSX1 v0.999.3)

[ ]Tandy Color Computer (GoodCoCo v0.999.5)

[ ]Tangerine Oric (GoodOric v2.01)

[ ]Thomson MO5 (GoodMO5 v1.00)

[ ]Watara SuperVision (GoodSV v2.01)

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This is an .ini-file that enables browsing and opening of .cbr & .cbz files with CDisplay Comic Reader http://www.geocities.com/davidayton/CDisplay (it's an app that reads .rar and .zip renamed to .cbr or .cbz containing various picture formats).

If you're a comic fan (like myself) and like to read the latest comics (marvel and so on) you might be familiar with the format. The CDisplay is similar to Adobe Acrobat in functionality, but has fully customizable controls that makes it great for viewing pictures that you can store zipped on your harddrive (excellent for those "special collections" :P;) ) and is a fullscreen app.

Here's the emulator .ini to use CDisplay with GameEx:

[Emulator_1]
Enabled=True
STARTPAGENAME=Comic - Ultimate Spider-Man
TITLETEXT=Ultimate Spider-Man
StartPageLogo=
ROMFilter=*.cbr;*.cbz
RomsInFolders=False
RomPath=D:\Comics\Ultimate Spider-Man
SnapPath=D:\Comics\Ultimate Spider-Man\covers
TitlePath=
BoxPath=
CartPath=
WorkingPath=C:\Program Files\CDisplay
MapKeys=True
WaitBeforeKeys=
SendKeys=
ReplaceDash=True
ReplaceUnder=True
Capitals=True
RemoveBrackets=True
ShowDesktop=True
Debug=False
MAPFile=
AlsoLaunch=
Command=cdisplay.exe "[ROMPath]\[RomFile]"
OLDatZip=
LaunchBefore=
LaunchAfter=
configFile=
ExcludedFiles=
CustomBackground=
PlayMusic=
PCGame=
DATABASE=
GamesIn7Zips=
PlayInScreenSaver=False
[GENERAL]
DumbyValue=

Like this:

post-121-1164070373_thumb.jpg

Emph

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The config presented here for Raine does in fact work with 0.50.4...now did you make sure to edit the raine32_sdl.cfg to make sure it has the correct pathing to your roms?

It should look some thing like this:

[Directories]
ScreenShots = f:\emulation\emu\arcade\raine\screens\
rom_dir_0 = f:\emulation\roms\arcade\raine\
cheat_file = cheats.cfg
language_file = english.cfg

Next make sure your display values are correct...should look like so:

[Display]
video_mode = 0
screen_x = 1680
screen_y = 1050
scanlines = 0
stretch = 2
video_fps = 15
rotate = 0
flip = 0
no_rotate = 0
no_flip = 0
auto_mode_change = 0
fix_aspect_ratio = 1
prefered_yuv_format = 0
fullscreen = 1
double_buffer = 1

Tho my X & Y values are probably not right for your system. :)

Trust me 50.4 works fine via the CLI as I've spent some time toying with raine in the past.

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CCS Commodore 64 Emulator Zip Setup

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This Config allows you to run commodore 64 roms that are zipped.

The files i have used are the c64 roms from the Gamebase64 collection

I have renamed them with GoodGB64

http://www.emuhq.com/idx/88/107/Good-Serie...e/GoodGB64.html

Extract the files included into your ccs folder. (c64.rar)

Import the emulator config included in 'c64_ini.rar' (remembering to change the paths), and that should be all you need to do

Hope this works for you all, this was my first attempt at writing a batch script and feedback is appreciated.

Good luck!

UPDATE - Supports spaces and long filenames now :) :) :)

UPDATE - Run.cmd now supports .d64 .t64 .p00 .tap and .crt files

A note for gameex users, in ccs it is a good idea to change the key binding for the commodores RUN-STOP key and change it to the pc key TAB. By default ccs uses ESC as a RUN-STOP key. This is not good as quite a lot of intro's on games will use RUN-STOP as a key to exit them to run the game, so... when you press it gameex just quits ccs and returns to your rom select. Just thought i would mention it!!!

EDIT: When using multiple disks, pressing F10 when the game requests will bring a list of the disks (when using GoodGB64 zipped roms) and allow you to select the next disk.

Example emulator config

[Emulator_12]

Enabled=True

STARTPAGENAME=Commodore 64

TITLETEXT=Commodore 64 Games

StartPageLogo=Commodore 64

ROMFilter=*.zip

RomPath=d:\mess\software\c64

SnapPath=d:\images\snaps\c64

TitlePath=d:\images\titles\c64

BoxPath=d:\images\box\c64

CartPath=

ManualPath=d:\images\manuals\c64

ControlPanelPath=

InstructionsPath=

WorkingPath=d:\emulators\c64\

MapKeys=False

WaitBeforeKeys=

SendKeys=

ReplaceDash=False

ReplaceUnder=True

Capitals=True

RemoveBrackets=True

ShowDesktop=False

Debug=False

MAPFile=

AlsoLaunch=

Command=runzip.cmd "[ROMPath]\[RomFile]"

OLDatZip=

LaunchBefore=

LaunchAfter=

configFile=[Mapping Off] Exit (ALT+F4)

ExcludedFiles=

CustomBackground=Back - Commodore 64.png

PlayMusic=

DontShowInfo=

PlaySelectionMusic=

SelectionMusicFolder=

PCGame=

DATABASE= Commodore 64

GamesIn7Zips=False

PlayInScreenSaver=False

ShowMostPlayed=True

RandomMostPlayed=

CDCheck=False

CDCheckFile=

[GENERAL]

DumbyValue=

C64_ini.rar

c64.rar

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Vice Commodore Vic20 Emulator Zip Setup

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This Config allows you to run commodore Vic20 roms that are zipped.

You may ask, why would i want to run them as zips when they are so small already? The main reason is that a lot of the good vic20 rom sets are already zipped and tidy. I used GameBaseVic20, Tosec, and No-intro sets to check this config.

Second thing that this config tries to do is to determine what memory banks need to be active to run the game image. If you have a unexpanded 3k game and try to run it on a vic20 with 24k of expanded - it will not run. same rule applies for many different sizes. I have checked over 200 images and all runs fine. I have not checked cartridges fully, but it should recognise what memory area the cart needs to load into and run (unless the cartridge needs a SYS call to run it - then it is time for you to type on the Vic)

This works the same way as my c64 config.

so... Place the contents of 'VIC.RAR' in your Vice emulators root directory and import the emu config in 'Vic20EmConfig.RAR' remembering to change your paths.

Set Xvic.exe to how you wish (it will auto to fullscreen) and run the wonderful GameEx.

Hope all goes well...

If there are any probs or suggestions, please open a thread and i will see what i can do..

UPDATE: Vic.rar updated. Found problems with a couple of carts not running. Fixed and carts now load to correct memory space. All tested work!

Vic20Emconfig.rar

Vic.rar

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Vice Plus4/C16 Emulator Zip Setup

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This Config allows you to run Commodore Plus4/C16 roms that are zipped.

This is quite handy as it allows you to use nice zipped sets (Tosec no-intro etc)

Place the contents of Plus4.rar in the vice emulators directory

Import the emulator config found in Plus4EmConfig.rar (Remember to change paths)

All should work a treat!

Have fun!

Plus4.rar

Plus4EmConfig.rar

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Atari ST Config

Config for the Steem Emulator

Download the atarist.rar file

Import atarist.ini (changing paths as always)

That's it

(you can also use the steem.ini by placing it in your steem emulator directory, remember to set your joystick though)

AtariST.rar

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Config for ZX81 emulator EightyOne

Import and change paths as usual

zx81.rar

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